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Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by blascrw, Sep 7, 2006.


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What you would like to see next?

  1. Front Brake swap info for 65/66 all various options SSBC/Granada/Cobra/Wilwood etc.

    46 vote(s)
    33.8%
  2. 65/66 T5/AOD Swap FAQ

    59 vote(s)
    43.4%
  3. 8.8 rear info

    31 vote(s)
    22.8%
  1. 408ponyman

    408ponyman New Member

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    brakes brakes
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  2. blown65

    blown65 Founding Member

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    I want to nominate the how to drag race your stang. :)
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  3. fone

    fone New Member

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    id say #2 but mainly for the hydraulic portion

    #1 theres lots of info-- but maybe a thread that compiles it all would be good--
    there are a ton of kits and mustangsteves brackets for oem stuff-

    #2 seems straight forward the hardest part seems to be the clutch actuation method.. i am at this point now..

    #3 i am currently doing but ala 4 link-- i will post pics of that once completed-- 66runts got a full write up already of a 8.8 with leafsprings that i believe is quite complete on what to do.
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  4. LW_horse

    LW_horse Member

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  5. Ponydrvr72

    Ponydrvr72 New Member

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    I would not mind seeing that t5/AOD swap info.
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  6. 1973stang

    1973stang New Member

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    I agree with several of these people, I would like to see a sticky on something 67-73
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  7. TurboXstang

    TurboXstang Member

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    brake swap (#1) for me
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  8. horse sence

    horse sence Please don't call me Mom SN Certified Technician

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    i know it isnt on the list ,but what about sheet metal replacement ?seems like
    most every one will be needing this at one point or another if you dont have a
    sound body to start with not much else maters?
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  9. Redwolff64

    Redwolff64 New Member

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    t5 swap. I'm doing that soon, and I need all the help I can get.
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  10. MusclecarAddicts

    MusclecarAddicts New Member

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    I agree with Horse Sence....on sheetmetal replacement. Thats my vote.
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  11. kknip

    kknip New Member

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    T5 swap,will be doin that to my 65.
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  12. valley82

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    Already have the big wilwood brakes on all four corners, and the T5 with the modern driveline hydraulic clutch shifts like a modern stang...so voting for the 8.8 rear end.
    #32
  13. RacerJames

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    I plan to do this along with an AOD in the '67 pictured in my avatar. I have extensive experience with this engine/trans combo, Just not in this body. I'll take pics and write stuff as it happens. Might be a while though, between family obligations and necessary Nascar watching, My progress is slow.
    #33

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